The Hill -
House leadership elections are now set for Oct. 8. How do we know a new Speaker will be any different than the previous one?
Americans who voted for Republicans in 2014 and handed them a Congressional majority had high expectations. Maybe too high, says outgoing House Speaker (and fellow Republican) John Boehner.
Donald Trump's surge in the polls has baffled political experts everywhere, with many suggesting his popularity is merely symptomatic of a reality television obsessed culture. But it goes beyond that. The truth is, Americans don't trust or like politicians.
President Obama says he will veto any legislation that amends or repeals the Affordable Care Act (ACA), his signature legislative achievement, either in whole or in part. But GOP congressional leaders in both House and Senate promised their colleagues that they would use a special parliamentary procedure called “reconciliation” to bypass a certain filibuster by Senate Democrats to put a full repeal bill on the president’s desk anyway.
A new website launched this week with the intent to call attention to what critics perceive as a lack of availability to the press and unwillingness to answer questions by Democratic presidential front-runner and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Daily Mail -
Hillary Clinton hasn't answered nearly enough questions, says a new website that's getting Americans to submit their top queries for the Democratic frontrunner...
A leading Democratic candidate for President of the United States, Hillary Clinton, hardly ever answers questions. On the rare occasions she does, it is to answer selective softball questions including, incredibly, an inquiry as to her favorite flavor of ice cream.
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Hillary Clinton, the leading Democratic candidate for President of the United States, hardly ever answers questions from the media. On the rare occasions she does, it is only to answer selective softball questions including, incredibly, an inquiry as to her favorite flavor of ice cream. That's why Independent Women's Voice launched a new Website – AskHillary.com. As first announced this morning in Politico Playbook, the site uses an online bulletin board system to crowd-source questions, rank them, and encourage Washington reporters to ask Hillary.
National Review -
The full-repeal hardliners make the perfect the enemy of the good.